100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 09, 1943 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1943-11-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


LawaAr, NJV. ,. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

"

UNIVERSITY BOWS TO SAILORS:

Haase, Navy Trainee, Totals 92.6
Points in Tests for Record Score

(Continued from Page 1)

ing highest on the second tests

zie, McAfee, Nash, Ross, Colman, Ai-
ken, Woomer, Marine Sergeant
Hornbrook, Corporal Atkins and Ser-
geant Rubin.
In commenting on the program
here, Lt. Jennings pointed out th.t
the Secretary of the Navy had direct-.
ed that every provision should be
taken to guarantee that American'
Naval officers and bluejackets be
second to none in physical fitness.
Program Is Balanced
As an example of the balanced
program, Lt. Jennings pointed out
the improvement in the pull-up av-
erage. "When the boys started out
the average was about eight. This,"
he, said, "was due largely to American
emphasis on leg developing sports.
By the end of the period," he added,
"the average per man had shot up to
1P pull-ups due to special arm and
shoulder exercises."
In the swimming tests conducted
under: the University swim coach,
Matt Mann, 971 passed first tests out
of .1,331 V-12 trainees participating.
A; total of 105 boys could not swim at
all. When the tests were repeated
at the end of the 16-week period,
only 23 failed to pass and a portion
of these were kept from daily practice<
by, injuries or infections.1
Below is a list of the 25 men scor-1
Big Ten Official Dies
CHICAGO, Nov. 8.- (IP)- Fred
Pardrer, 55, Rochelle, Ill., a Big Ten
football official since 1912, died to-
day in St. Luke's Hospital. He had
been scheduled to work the North-
Western-Notre Dame football game
Saturday at Evanston.

their first test scores.
Uaase ..............
Kavieff .............
Darrow .............
1xumbray ...........
W ald ...............
Bartczak ...........
Shuman ............
Katko ..............
Guy .............
Kloske .............
Bollinger ...........

1st
test
72.2
66
71.2
55.4
59
51
53
51
59.6
53.8
52.8

and
2nd
test
92.6
87
85.6
83.8
83.4
82.6
82.6
82.4
42
81.8
81.6

Freeman
Oldenkamp
Lievense ....
Frane ......
Genung
McIsaac ....
Holcommbe.
Bush .......
Purdy ......
Bloomer ...
Barbour ....
Forrestal.
Norris.....
Stevens .

.55 81.6
.54.4 81.6
...........55.6 81.6!
.64 81.4
...........60.4 81.4
.56.6 81.4
...........52.8 81.4
.......... 52 81
.55.8 80.8
.51.6 80.6
........... -58.2 80.2
63.6 80.2
68.4 80.2
. 9.2 80.2

Notre Dame
Stays as Top
Team m Nation
Michigan Elevated to
Fourth in Grid Poll;
Purdue Is Number Two
NEW YORK, Nov. 8.-()-Notre
Dame headed every ballot cast in
this week's Associated Press football
poll to determine the 10 leading
teams in the country-the first time
any club ever" received unanimous
approval
The Irish, who have monopolized
the top rung all year, brushed aside
all other threats for a first place
vote by defeating Army, 26-0, while
Navy was downing Pennsylvania,
and San Diego Naval Training Sta-
tion surprised Southern California,
10-7.
Lieut.-Comdr. Edgar E. (Rip) Mil-
ler, line coach at the U.S. Naval
Academy but a Notre Dame gradu-
ate, told the New York football Writ-
ers today that the present team was
definitely the best Irish team and,
"The day it played Navy at Cleve-
land it could have beaten any other
college team ever to take the field."
Purdue retained second place in
the poll but Army skidded from third
to sixth place because it lost to the
Irish. Navy crept back to third and
Michigan grabbed fourth.
TOP TEN

From the Headquarters of the
United States 14th Army Air Force
in China it was officially announced
today th1at Tom Harmon. Michigan's
All-American halfback, was pro-
moted to the rank of first lieutenant
on Oct. 31.
The irony of this promotion, how-
ever, was that it came one day too
late, for it was on Oct. 30 that Har-
mon was lost in a dive-bombing at-
tack on a Yangtze river fort.
The official report of the fight
stated that the Wolverine hero was
flying with a flight of P-38 Light-
nings when the accident occurred.
As the group ripped into shipping
WAR BONDS ISSUED HERE
Continuous from 1 P M

and docks at Kiukang, a flight of 10
to 15 Zero fighters attacked. The
Americans also encountered heavy
anti-aircraft fire.
Two Lightnings crashed in flames
and two others failed to return.
There has been no report as yet on
the fate of the men in the other two
fighters. Harmon was in one of
those two planes which are missing.

Two Zeros were destroyed in the
battle.
Harmon arrived in China last Aug.
12 after recuperating in Florida from
his South American experience fol-
lowing the crash of a bomber in the
Dutch Guiana jungles.
For some weeks after coming to
China, Harmon was hospitalized for
dysentery.

Harmon Promoted Day After Loss

mm

r 111ute'S

' a

the ~kirt a d sirt
qfr

Injured Hirsch Expected To Play
Against Badgers Here Saturday-

Today and Wednesday

By The Associated Press
Michigan's football team got the
day off today in reward for its vic-
tory over Indiana, but whether or
not it's needed, practice will com-
mence tomorrow for Saturday's game
with Wisconsin.
As the Badgers have a five-game
losing streak and have only a 7-5
victory over Iowa to show for eight
1943 starts, the element of a contest
appears to have been 'reinoved from
Saturday's 19th renewal of this Wes-
tern Conference series. Wisconsin
All those interested in becoming
a wrestling manager report to the
Field house at three o'clock, any
day this week. Award sweaters
are given to all junior and senior
managers.
Ray Courtright
Wrestling Coach

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

CLASSIFIED
RATES
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
crease of 10c for each
additional 5 words.)
Non-Contract
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or more days. (In-
crease of $.25 for each
additional 5 words.)
Contract Rates on Request

.I

MISCELLANEOUS
MIMEOGRAPHING: thesis binding.
Brumfield and Brumfield, 308 S.
State.
BOARD: for girls by week or dinners
at night. Call 4701. 1513 S. Uni-
versity.
BUY WAR BONDS
TYPEWRITERS
Bought, rented, repaire
STUDENT & OFFICE SUPPLIES
STATIONERY
O. D. MORRILL
314 S. State Street Phone 6615

FOR SALE
ALPHA'TAU OMEGA, 1923 Geddes,
will serve meals to a limited num-
ber of male students. Best cook in
Ann Arbor! "Where the elite meet
to eat." Those interested call 2-
8125 and ask for Mr. Bek.
HELP WANTED
YOUNG MEN WANTED, part time
or full time work. Collection de-
partment. Dixie Shop Inc. 224 .
Main. 9686.
WANTED-2 men -students for kitch--
en work for dinners. Call 22868.
Mrs. Zimmer.
STUDENT-Boy or girl to work in
soda fountain evenings and Sun-
day. Hours to suit your schedule.
5Qc an hour plus bonus to start.
Apply Miller's Dairy Store, 1219 S.
University.
TYPIST and Office Clerk. Male or
female. Full time preferred. Part
time considered. Responsible po-
sition. 0..D. Morrill, 314 8. State.
WAITER, WAITRESS: 9 p.m. on.
Excellent pay.- University Grill.
William St., 3rd;from State.
LOST apd FOUND
LOST-Gold identification bracelet;
Kappa Sigma crest; T. D. I. on re-
verse side. Dale Ingvoldstad, Betsy
Barbour.

has gone scoreless the last four
games and has only four touchdowns
all season.
Contrarily, Michigan has 230
points in seven games for the second
highest team total since Fielding H.
Yost's point-a-minute teams.
The Michigan-Wisconsin game will
show more clearly than any other
1943 football meeting just what cur-
iosities have emerged from the war-
torn season. There was the novelty
a fortnight ago of Bill Daley facing
his old school when Michigan met
Minnesota, but chances are that
seven Wisconsin boys will be in
Michigan's starting lineup against
the Badgers and Coach Harry Stuhl-
dreher.
X-Ray Injured Shoulder
This number includes Elroy (Cra-
zy Legs) Hirsch, whose injured
shoulder was x-rayed today. No de-
cision-on his availability is expected
before tomorrow. He is expected to
play Saturday.
All the Wisconsin boys at Michi-
gan are Marine trainees. Other
probable starters are "Quarterback
Jack Wink, Halfback Wally Dreyer,
Center fred Negus, Guard Johnny
Gallagher, Tackle Bob Hanzlik and
End Henry Olshanski.
Wisconsin's depleted lineup is
made up largely of Navy trainees.
The school has no Marine unit, and
if it had the Badgers most likely
would be within reach of the Big
Ten title instead of Michigan. The
Wolverines have won four straight
Conference games.
Badgers Have Michigan Man
By strange coincidence, there is
one Michigan boy in the Wisconsin
backfield. He is Paul (Mickey) Mc-
Laughlin, halfback from Flat Rock,
Mich., who' played for University of
Detroit before his transfer to Wis-
consin as a Navy trainee.
Only two players have scored for
Wisconsin this season. Halfback Don
Kindt has three touchdowns and
End John Eulberg has a touchdown
and four extra points. The Badgers
scored a touchdown a game against
Marquette, Camp Grant, Iowa and
Illinois. They went scoreless against
Notre Dame, Indiana, Purdue and
Northwestern.
Cubs Announce Site
CHICAGO, Nov. 8.--(P)--The Chi-
cagoCubs will open spring baseball
training at= French Lick, Ind., March
20, General Manager Jim Gallagher
said today. It is the same site on
which the Cubs, as well as the Chi-
cago White Sox, 'pitched their train-
ing pamps last March.

Notre Dame (91).
Purdue ...................
N avy .....................
Michigan ................
Iowa Pre-Flight ..........
A rm y ..... .............
Duke..................
Northwestern.............

IRngs!

I

.910
.570
.518
.486
.459
.404
.308
.285

. and we've fashion's
every whim in Skirts . .
from corduroy peasant
dirpdles, all-wool plaids,
and solids to the "Gob"
navy inspired and really
different. From $5.00 to
$10.
SHIRTS in checks and
plain flannels, crepes and
rayons. Long sleeves
at $4.00.
SWEATERS too, pullovers
and cardigans in every color
and kind, from $4.00.
SCARFS in gay array.

ORDER
NOW
at
BURR, PATTERSON
& AULD
12,09 S. University
Ruth Ann Ookes, Mgr.

.:.:.
;,. ,

INW
CHARLES WINHINGER.
PHIL SILVERS
Extrq Added
"FIN 'N CATTY"
"SCENIC OREGON"
WORLD NEWS
- Coming Thursday -
HERBERT MARY
MARSHALL ASTOR
"YOUNG IDEAS"

H'e who relaxes
is helping the Axis.
Buy War Stamps
and Bonds.

e §v Sop
'round the corner on State

Southern California .......
Pennsylvania .............

...250
131

',t

I

I

MICHIGAN
Playing through Wednesday
IIABLE
ROBERT
YOUNG
A(OOLPHE
*\MENJQEIJ
:n\ IT~

Choose your
Cot/onW Sw (r6
or Style and Winter Warmth

I'

FROSH

- SOPHS

I

UNION TRYOUT MEETING ON THURSDAY, NOV.11I
7:30 P.M. AT THE UNION OFFICES
The following committees compose the
Student Organization
SOCIAL: Control of all Union activities of a social nature.
COOPERATIVE: Experience in coordinating campus activities.
PUBLICITY: Experience in methods of publicity, including the writing of
newspaper articles and ads.
PUBLIC RELATIONS: Practice in meeting and cooperating with campus
leaders, faculty, and visitors on campus.
ADMINISTRATION AND HOUSE: Training in office direction, organiza-
tion, and coordination with the Union management.

I

BOXY CARDIGANS AND SLIP-ONS,
FITTED CARDIGANS AND SLIP-ONS,
JALOPY SLIP-ONS, STATION WAGON
SWEATERS. LONG AND SHORT SLEEVES
Shetlands, Casieres,
Angoras, Nubby Yarns

V00

3.95 to 14.95

COLORS:

Select your Sweaters
Now for Christmas
Gifts

Cherry Red, Dunhill Green, Green Frost, Dusty
Pink, Brandy Ball, Hunter Green, Lilac, White,
Buttercup, Aqua, Candy Beige, Cruise Blue,
Congo Brown, Stark Black.

NEWAVAMM ML REGAN I

DUll D~Al.J I I ____ U

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan